There are three main stages to experiencing this project: Spectating —> Viewing —> Examining. The first stage is observation from afar. At this stage, the audience would notice the device and its display, and can see how others are interacting with it. They can see that there is a main display, and may notice that there is a secondary reflective surface parallel to ground. As they begin to get interested in the installation, the second stage is observation in close distance, yet without a specific task. The audience is now directly interacting with the device, they are touching the device and feeling the physical controls (such as handles) on it. They are viewing the simulation, and trying to rotate the device with the handles. The final stage is observation specifically with regards to the dual imagery effect. The audience would closely examine the intersection of the mirror and display, and begin to notice the difference between the two worlds.